Mix with a small amount of oil and use as a rub for roasted leg of lamb, pork, or beef roasts.
Salad Dressing or Marinade: Mix 2 tablespoons with 1/2 cup oil and vinegar dressing.
ONION, SPICES (INCLUDING SPEARMINT AND OREGANO), GARLIC AND SEA SALT.
I adore this product! Unfortunately, none of the stores where I live carry it any more. Instead, the only Greek Seasoning I can find is a far inferior product called Cavender's. Nothing but chemical powder, not real herbs and spices. I can't find it online, either, unless I'm willing to pay exhorbitant prices and obscene shipping costs. I came here hoping to order it directly from McCormick, but apparently that isn't possible. This is so frustrating!
Susie Sward | April 23, 2016 |
So sorry for your frustration, Susie. Email us your zip code and we'll try to locate it in your area: Consumer_Affairs@McCormick.com. ~Leslie
Moderator | June 23, 2017 |
I love this seasoning--we use it whenever we have lamb. However, the three grocery stores nearest me--Best Yet, Stop & Shop, and King Kullen--seem to no longer carry it. I used to see it all the time but haven't been able to find it anywhere in the 11743 ZIP Code.
Pam Robinson | December 27, 2015 |
love the greek seasoning, I use it in my greek burgers and fish taco's
cat | August 21, 2015 |
I tried this in my salad vinegrette and the flavor was great. At first, I was apprehensive about using it because of the mint but the mint was so well blended that I didn't even taste it. I used the Greek Seasoning along with McCormick Gourmet Basil leaves and Black pepper.
Georgana Davis | August 11, 2014 |
Love it! Add to anything from Caesar salad to frozen entrees for a flavor twist.
Tera | January 20, 2014 |